Indian artist Sahej Rahal on the Kochi-Muziris Biennale and finding inspiration in Mumbai – interview


Installation, performance and video artist Sahej Rahal from Mumbai talks about the city that inspires him, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, and the importance of infusing his works with absurdity and wonder.

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Yang Fudong’s ‘Filmscapes’ in Australia – in pictures


ACMI holds Yang Fudong’s first-ever survey exhibition in Australasia. A major exhibition of Yang Fudong’s work provides an immersive experience into the artist’s lyrical and dreamlike repertoire. His artworks examine the dramatic transformations in China’s contemporary life, triggered by an era of profound … Continue reading

Non-violence in art across place and time – in pictures


An exhibition at the Menil Collection explores the resonance of Gandhi’s ethics of non-violence in visual art.

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“Some Like it Witty”: Japanese artists blend pathos with humour – in pictures


Gallery EXIT presents “Some like it witty”, a group exhibition of twelve artists that revives the ancient Japanese concept of ‘mono no aware’ – pathos – and combines it with gentle humour.

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When Bangkok meets Phnom Penh, ‘un-compared’ – in pictures


Thai and Cambodian artists explore and uncover unpredictable links between each others art practice in “Rates of Exchange, Un-Compared”. The works are on show at H Gallery in Bangkok and will travel to SA SA BASSAC gallery in Phnom Penh in January 2015.

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